Magento platform gives a wonderful opportunity to operate a multi-language store. Since the share of non-English speaking Internet users is quite substantial, it will be extremely beneficial to go global and communicate with a larger audience. Creating an international image of your brand will let [...]
Whether you’re an experienced store owner or a newbie, by now you should’ve already come to terms with having to create backups before each small or significant website modification. Though it might seem obsessive, to worry about safety to that degree, but it is, in fact, [...]
Magento is a popular eCommerce platform that was launched in 2007. Today, the majority of people use this platform to expand online businesses. If you go by an estimate prepared by BuiltWith, more than 12% of the top 100,000 E-commerce websites are now using Magento. This [...]
If you’ve been following the news of e-Commerce lately, you simply couldn't miss the fuss about the release of Magento 2. Most certainly, you do already know what are the differences between Magento 1.x and Magneto 2. You also should have heard about the benefits of the platform’s second generation. Nonetheless, having all the info at your disposal, the idea of upgrading to Magento 2 may still seem to be not reasonable enough.
Magento, famously, has a twofold reputation. For example, an expert trying to praise the cart would of course mention it’s plethora of built-in features and unlimited customization opportunities - the virtues Magento is most known for. However, if one was to write a derogatory article about the platform he could still talk about the same characteristics, only with a negative bias. Thus, lots of features would turn into a bloated and puzzling admin panel, modular architecture would present a hellish complexity and an abuse of user-friendliness.
Mathematically, conversion rate is the number of achieved goals divided on the amount of website visitors. Now, what is the ultimate goal of every online retailer? Sale, of course - the only customer action that makes a difference for merchants, eventually. And whilst the internet is piled with all sorts of conversion optimization remedies, it is still the biggest store owners’ headache maker. Furthermore, even those who use Magento - the leader among all the other shopping carts - are no exceptions. So, how to turn a nice dime when even a whacking traffic guarantees nothing? Let’s find it out together using one of the world’s most typical yet efficient e-Commerce platform - Magento.
Magento is an astonishingly flexible and productive shopping cart that has been ruling the e-Commerce world for years. The increasing number aggressive competitors can’t seem to shake platform's teflon high position and, if anything, Magento is only reinforcing its e-Commerce leadership day-by-day. At Cart2Cart, we face a lot of functionality-seeking merchants who wish to transfer data to Magento. Thus, we’ve prepared useful tips to set up this advanced platform in the most effective way, after migration.
Whilst being filled with excitement about the upcoming Easter holiday, people of e-Commerce have another hight date to celebrate. Today, is the birthday of the most prominent, progressive and globally admired shopping cart - Magento. And, as the hundreds of thousands of grateful users around the world, we’d like to join to the congratulations, state the high praises and express our true admiration to the changeless e-Commerce leader.